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 What's on in Bexhill

The shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs in the centre of Bexhill are mainly centered around Buckhurst Place, Devonshire Road, Sackville Road and Western Road (see the map).  Outside of the town centre there is a retail park at Ravenside, just off the A259, on the way to Hastings.

The beach is shingle and there is a wide promenade that runs from a few hundred yards east of the Cooden Beach Hotel extending past the De La Warr Pavilion to the bottom of Galley Hill in the east.  From the top of Galley Hill there are views to Hastings in the east and Eastourne to the west.  A path runs all the way from Galley Hill to St. Leonards and Hastings.

The De La Warr Pavilion is a 1935 grade 1 listed Art Deco style building.  The building hosts an exhibition space, a cafe/restaurant, a shop and an auditorium that hosts concerts, gigs and cinema showings.

Just off the seafront, Egerton Park hosts a children's playground, outdoor gym equipment, a boating lake, a refreshment kiosk, tennis courts and indoor/outdoor bowls.  Adjacent to Egerton Park is the Polegrove a large green space that is home to Bexhill United Football Club and Bexhill Cricket Club and also to a number of bowling greens.  Large outdoor events are also hosted at the Polegrove.  Also adjacent to Egerton Park is Bexhill Museum which opened in 1914 and has four galleries hosting an eclectic collection of, mainly local, artefacts.

Manor Gardens in Bexhill Old Town is a attractive 2.6 acre park surrounding the ruins of the old Manor.  There are cafes in the adjacent Bexhill Old Town.

Bexhill is also home to a Sailing Club, a Leisure Centre and a Swimming Pool.

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